Law of Attraction - Part 2
Dec 03, 2017
On my previous blog post I talked about The Law of Attraction - my favourite topic ever!
How did you get on with switching your negative words to positive words?
I bet you were surprised with just how many times we say things in the negative, rather than in the positive.
I don't want this... I want…
I don't like that... I like…
I don't want you to do this... I want you to…
I'll never be this... I will be…
I can't do that... I can…
What I didn't mention before is I actually lost my Michael Losier Law of Attraction CD when I upgraded my car stereo. I finally managed to track down another copy this week and since then I've listened to it on repeat!
Giving what you DO want... focus, energy, and attention is the first step to manifesting things into your life.
The second step is taking action towards getting what you want.
If you want to get clients, you can't just sit at home and hope they'll show up. You actually have to go out, meet people, call people, email people, tell people what you do, make yourself visible and let people know how to contact you, right?!
The Law of Attraction isn't magic. It won't just happen by saying you want something.
So, decide now what you DO want - talk about it, write it down, say it out loud, tell people.
Then decide what you'll do to make it a reality. What actions will you take? Let it be possible by actively moving towards it.
You can't attract something without taking action. Have you noticed anything about the word attraction?
In my next blog post I'll share the final step in using The Law of Attraction to manifest the things that you want in your life.
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